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VOLUME 3
NUMBER 146
MONDAY
NOVEMBER 23, 2009
Dabu’s worth nearly
doubled in 1 year
‰ From P7.9-M to P13.9-M on an annual gross pay of P297,276
BY PUNTO I-TEAM
C
ITY OF SAN FERNANDO – Nearly doubled – the global recession
notwithstanding – was the net worth of Pampanga Provincial
Administrator Atty. Vivian T. Dabu in a period of only one year.
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THE GREAT MATCH
S I D E B A R
Legal fees upped
assets, Dabu says
PHOTOS BY JOEY PAVIA
BY JOEY PAVIA
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – “I declared the truth
and they are still receivables.”
Thus said Provincial Administrator Atty. Vivian
Dabu about the millions of pesos that made her
net worth nearly doubled in a matter of one year
as reflected in photocopied statements and liabilities and net worth (SALN) obtained by Punto last
week.
In an interview, Dabu said she had acquired
some P14 million assets in 2008 – or some P6
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FOR 2 COUNTS OF RAPE
Arrest Bacani beats Yabut at Comelec
HAU prof
Fighting Bacani.
Flash Yabut.
‰ 1st district rivals first to file COCs
BY JOEY PAVIA
BY JOEY AGUILAR
Ocampo
ANGELES CITY – Almost
a year ago, Prof. Arnel A.
Ocampo was quietly
teaching English subjects
at Holy Angel University
here.
Starting Friday last
week, he has become the
subject of a manhunt by
police after the regional trial court here issued two
warrants of arrest against
him for allegedly raping a
minor, a student in one of
his classes.
The first warrant of arrest recommends no bail
while the second allows
him to pay a bail bond of
P250,000 for his tempoPAGE 7 PLEASE
CITY OF SAN FERNANDO – Bitter rivals for Pampanga’s 1st district congressional seat were the
earliest birds to file their respective certificate of candidacy (COC)
at the Commission of Elections
(Comelec) office here Friday morning.
Former presidential aspirant and
2007 congressional loser Luisito
“Chito” Bacani of Angeles City came
first at about 9 a.m. and was promptly mobbed by the media just before
filing his COC before election super-
visor Atty. Temmie Lambino.
Wearing a T-shirt emblazoned
with messages alluding to Manny
Pacquiao – “May Pacman Power,” “Knock-out Punch Contra sa
Corrupt ng Bayan” – and his battle cry “Misip Kayo?”, Bacani proclaimed: “I am not the man to beat,
but the serious contender.”
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DMIA faces 2010 with record
6,000% rise in int’l flights
BY DING CERVANTES
CLARK FREEPORT - The
Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA)
here is facing 2010 with a
record of 6,000 percent
increase in its number of
international flights since
2003, a period its officials
have labeled as “First
Wind”.
“In the Second Wind
starting 2010, we expect
DMIA to hit a million passengers per year or more
than double the 600,000
passengers expected this
year,” Clark International
Airport Corp. (CIAC) Executive Vice President Alexander Cauguiran said.
Cauguiran said that
CIAC’s operations of the
DMIA from 2003 up to
2008 has been labeled as
First Wind. He noted that
in 2003, DMIA hosted only
44 international flights but
that three years later, the
airport had already recordPAGE 6 PLEASE
candidates in Bulacan
BY DINO BALABO
MALOLOS CITY—The merger of
major political parties resulted in
the establishment of local parties in the province which are virtually scrambling for candidates
to fill up their slates with the start
of the filing of certificate of candidacies nears.
The local political parties include former Gov. Josie Dela
Cruz’s Del Pilar party that applied for accreditation with the
Commission on Elections
(Comelec) as early as 2003; the
Kalapian ng mga Kaibigan sa
Kaunlaran (KKK) of Hagonoy
town Mayor Angel Cruz; and the
Partido Malolenyo (PM) of
former Interior and Local Government Undersecretary Carol Mangawang.
Cruz’s KKK party has been
accredited by the Comelec early this week, while Mangawang’s PM is still waiting the
poll body’s approval.
All parties, including major
political parties based in Manila
claim to have filled up their local
slates, but some candidates
who asked for anonymity said
there are still problems to resolve as local parties mull form-
ing alliances with major political
parties.
“Nagkakagulo pa dahil may
mga hindi pabor sa pakikipagalyansa sa mga major political
parties,” a candidate who asked
not to be named said.
This is due to the fact that
national and local parties are
fielding candidates for municipal
and city elective positions.
Wendell Tamayo, the secretary-general of Partido Malolenyo said that disagreements
on political alliances are natural
result of merger of major political parties compounded by the
establishment of local parties.
“We have experienced that
in 2007 elections when LakasCMD and Kampi formed a coalition for the benefit of candidates
for national positions, pero ang
nagkaproblema ay yung mga
nasa local positions,” he said.
Tamayo said that local parties will survive despite the already complicated situation.
Others agree as local candidates usually finance their campaign regardless of party affiliation.
They noted that local parties’
major concern in the past over
the availability of elections re-
turns have been resolved with
poll automation as they are now
entitled to have it as minor political parties.
Earlier, former Governor Dela
Cruz said that her Del Pilar party’s slate is almost complete
except for the congressional
seat in the first and third districts
of the province, and in the lone
congressional district of Malolos
which was subject to a petition
in the Supreme Court.
On Tuesday, Lakas-KampiCMD candidates from the third
congressional district of the province led by Rep. Lorna Silverio
took their oath in Malacanang.
The oath-taking of the said
candidates from four out of six
towns comprising the third congressional district of Bulacan is
said to counter reports of depleted line up of the party in the province.
Since the early ‘90s, Bulacan is home to administration
parties like Lakas-CMD, and the
Kabalikat ng Malayang Pilipino
(Kampi).
But the two parties’ merger
early this year opened the doors
for local parties as local politicians tried to avoid compromise
with major political parties.
BY ARMAND M. GALANG
BONGABON, Nueva Ecija Tension gripped this eastern
Nueva Ecija town after unidentified men lobbed a grenade at
the residence of a ranking election official in Barangay Sinipit Wednesday night.
Senior. Insp. Armando Santiago, town police chief, said
the grenade exploded and partly damaged the glass window
of the house and fence of the
house of Pacifico Gijapon, 62,
municipal election officer.
No one was hurt in the incident, Santiago reported.
Investigation disclosed the
Gijapon, along with his family,
was sleeping when the explosive was lobbed by unidentified suspects.
Operatives from the Philippine National Police Crime
Laboratory recovered shrapnel
from the crime scene.
Police records showed the
grenade throwing was the third
in a row of presumably election -related violence.
On the eve of October 26,
police reported, suspects successively strafed with .45 cal.
the houses of Barangay Captain Antonio Alejo of Palomaria and Andy Canati of San
Roque. Canati is the presdent
of the Association of Barangay
Captains (ABC) of Bongabon.
The strafing left no injuries,
though.
Mayor Amelia Gamilla said
it was the first time such violence occurred at the onset of
the election season in her
town, an agricultural municipality known as the onion basket
of the Philippines.
Gamilla belongs to Bagong
Lakas ng Nueva Ecija or Balane, the party of the powerful
Joson clan. She was widow of
the former mayor.
But Gamilla expressed belief her imminent opponent
would spouse peaceful election. “Nanggaling siya sa organisasyon na nangangalaga
sa kapayapaan,” she said.
The Unang Sigaw, Partido ng
Pagbabago, a new local political party recently launched by
Gov. Aurelio Umali has named
former police Chief Supt. Ricardo Padilla as its bet against
Gamilla in the mayoralty post.
Santiago said people would
easily believe the attacks were
politically motivated but “it’s
different for us.” The police chief
said investigations are still in
progress for them to determine
the motve as well as the identity of the perpetrators.
Senior Supt. Ricardo Marquez, Nueva Ecija police director, ordered the issuance of
police security personnel for
Gijapon, Santiago said.
PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • NOVEMBER 23, 2009 • MONDAY
North Phils Expo now a
landmark event in the region
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THE SUCCESSFUL staging of
the 4th North Philippines Tourism
and Travel Fair held last November 13-15 at SM City Clark has
practically hurtled the vision of
the four regions in the north to
become the most vibrant and dynamic destination in the country, thus earning for it the trademark “Four Regions, One Destination”.
This was the statement
made by Regional Director
Ronaldo Tiotuico of the Department of Tourism – Region III in a
press statement issued recently.
Tiotuico said that the regions
of Ilocos and Pangasinan, Cagayan North, Central Luzon and
the Cordilleras, thru their tourism regional directors, have
banded themselves together to
showcase under one roof their
own wealth of diversity, attractions, cultural heritage and tourist facilities in an effort to encourage local and foreign visitors to
look up to the north as their next
destination.
Some 60,000 mall shoppers
and visitors trooped to SM City
Clark during the 3-day event just
to revisit the never-seen-before
places of interest in the four regions – all offered in some 80
colorful exhibits and 20 sellers
at the trade fair. The unexpected came when the Sabah Tourism Board from Malaysia and
Golden Suria Tours and Travel
Sdn Bhd. joined the exhibits with
their handsome tour packages
to boot. The opening ceremony
was even the most star –studded as it was highlighted by the
presence of governors Among
Ed Panlilio of Pampanga and
Bellaflor Angara Castillo of Aurora together with Mayor Reynaldo Bautista of Baguio City. Of
course, the ever prominent presence of undersecretaries Lorelei
Fajardo of the Office of the President and Oscar Palabyab of the
tourism department brought
gleam and luster to the early
evening party.
The show was made even
more spectacular with the staging of cultural performances from
various provinces like Aurora,
Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Bataan,
Zambales, Bulacan, and Pampanga with its ever popular IbonEbon Festival. Among the much
desired event of the day was the
fashion parade of the select
queens of the seven provinces
of Central Luzon
Never to be upstaged was the
hilarious performance of the
Pampanga Agents Travel Society which garnered three major
awards like Best Onsite Marketing and Promotions, Early Bird
Award and Best Corporate
Booth (3rd place). Other awardees are: Aurora as Best Destination pavilion, Region II as Best
DOT Pavilion, Nueva Ecija as
Best Booth (LGU Category),
Nayong Pilipino as Best Booth
(Corporate), and Hotel Vida as
Best Booth Staff Award.
The North Phil expo has now
become one of three legendary
achievements in the multi-hued
calendar of events posted by the
Central Luzon tourism office. The
other events that catapulted the
region to high fame include the
hot-air balloon festival in February and the Mt. Pinatubo Trek
in Capas, Tarlac both of which
were initiated by Dir Tiotuico to
provide eventful experience in
the region and at the same time
give adequate livelihood for the
expected beneficiaries.
The event was organized by
the Central Luzon Tourism Council led by Chairman Lydia Co and
Philippine Events and Themeparks Corp. (PETCO) led by Ms.
Edith Collado.
No COC filed in first 4 hours of filing in Bulacan
BY DINO BALABO
MALOLOS CITY—No candidate for the historic 2010 automated elections filed a certificate of candidacy (COC) at the
provincial office of the Commission on Elections (Comelec)
here in the first four hours of
filing on Friday.
The same is true in other
towns in the province, according to local municipal election
officers interviewed.
“Wala pang nag-file ng COC
dito,” Lawyer Sabino Mejarito,
the provincial election supervisor in Bulacan said.
He said, “first day pa lang
ng filing, normal yan, kasi
yung mga kandidato by group
kung mag-file ng COC.”
Mejarito also denied rumors
that candidates in the province
will boycott the elections.
He added that some candidates virtually practice superstition in filing their COCs as
they are choosing days that
they believe will be lucky for
them.
The same was echoed by
Gina Llave, Joselito Maclang
and Eugene Herrera, the municipal election officers of Sta.
Maria, San Ildefonso and Norzagaray towns, respectively.
Llave said that prospective
candidates’ non-filing of COC
yesterday could be an indication that some parties have not
completed their slate.
“First day pa lang, its either
di pa sila nakabuo ng slate or
last day sila magpa-file,” she
said.
Maclang agreed and noted
that serious candidates usually
file their COCs on the last day.
In the past elections in the
province, a number of candidates usually took the opportunity of having the “honor” to
be the first one to file their
COCs.
This is due to the fact they
were given media mileage as
most local journalists in the
province usually cover the first
day of the filing of COCs.
Earlier, local politicians and
elections officers described the
2010 automated elections as
“historic” as it will be the first
time when automated machines will be used in national
elections in the country.
They also hope that the
2010 automated elections will
reduce incidence of electoral
fraud that usually result to dragging election protests.
However, both local politicians and election officers said
that the automated elections
will not necessarily reduce incidence of pre-election fraud
like vote-buying and intimidation and harassment of voters.
“Vote-buying may intensify
in the pre-election season
compared in the past,” said
Lawyer Zoilo Perlas, the regional election director in Central Luzon.
He added that they used to
receive reports of vote-buying
two to three days before elections.
Others said that intensified
vote-buying in the pre-election
is a necessary precondition of
automated elections as those
who will cheat can no longer
cheat the precinct count scanner (PCOS) machines.
In the past, electoral fraud
is usually alleged during the
canvassing of votes where election returns are misappreciated or changed to favor another
candidate.
Drug
‘pusher’
nabbed
BY JOHNNY REBLANDO
SUBIC, Zambales – Operatives of the 315th Zambales
Provincial Mobile Group (315th
ZPMG) raided the house of a
suspected big-time drug
peddler, following the confiscation of guns, drugs and
assorted drug paraphernalia
in Barangay Calapacuan
here, Friday dawn.
Reports reaching the
office of Zambales Police
Provincial Police Office
(ZPPO) director, Senior Supt.
Rolando Felix, identified the
suspect as Romerick Alumno, 37, aka Erick Ilong, of
No. 23 Mercurio St., Purok 3,
Sitio Tahimik, Barangay
Calapacuan.
The reports said that at
about 4:30 a.m., a team led
by Supt. Jerry Sumbad, 315th
ZPMG director, raided the
house of the suspect by
virtue of a search warrant
issued by Judge Raymond
Viray, Olongapo City, RTC,
Branch 75.
The raiding team recovered 17 pieces of plastic
sachet containing shabu
placed in a black coin purse;
two grams of marijuana; one
caliber .22 pistol; one caliber
.38 pistol; five live ammo for
caliber .22; two transaction
notebooks; P750 in different
denominations and assorted
drug paraphernalia.
The report added that the
suspect was in the drug
watch list of the Zambales
PNP. He is now in the custody of 315th ZPMG, facing
charges for violation of RA
9165 and illegal possession
of firearms and ammunition.
PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • NOVEMBER 23, 2009 • MONDAY
House of election officer
Parties scramble for in NE town bombed
AS FILING OF COCs STARTS
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Editorial Opinion
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Bong Z. Lacson
“Higanteng partido (giant party).” So we quoted
Mikey as saying then. And promptly wrote in this
corner: “…(his) enthusiasm could not be
contained, notwithstanding the conspicuous
absence from the oath-taking rites of notable
Pampanga political leaders Senator Lito Lapid,
his son former Gov. Mark Lapid, Vice Gov. Yeng
Guiao, governor-in-waiting Lilia “Nanay Baby”
Pineda, and 4th District Rep. Anna York BondocSagum.
Their very absence may well tell a story totally
different from Mikey’s.
For now though, let us indulge Mikey’s fancy…
“This is a party of politicians and sectors,”
Mikey said. A potent combination in winning
elections there, he did not have to say.
And to the President, the devotion of the son
and the obeisance of a vassal:
“We believe you…We love you. These are the
generals of your army that will ensure the votes
for your presidential anointee.”
Even as he admitted to some “squabbles “
within the ranks, Mikey affirmed that local officials
have “united for GMA.”
In union there is strength, hence there’s Union
cement. Popped the corn there.
In union there is strength, hence that GMAsealed unity among elected officials shall seal
administration victory in 2010. Maybe, even some
premiership for a member of parliament from
Pampanga’s 2nd District thereafter.
But that is going ahead of the story.
Watching Monday’s oath-taking event and
reading accounts of it pricked my sense of déjà
vu: some trip down memory lane with all feeling
of dread and none of nostalgia.
It’s the Marcos era there all over again.
“Higanteng partido” was the Kilusan Bagong
PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • NOVEMBER 23, 2009 • MONDAY
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Punto! Central Luzon is a proud member of
The Philippine Press Institute
Lipunan (KBL), the lone monolith built upon the
remains of the Liberal Party (LP) and the
Nacionalista Party (NP). Yes, Viring, we once had
a two-party system here, just like in the States.
Patterned after the States’, as a matter of fact:
the LP, a poor clone of the Democratic Party; the
NP a third-rate trying hard Grand Old Party
copycat, to paraphrase Sharon there. Cuneta, the
megastar that is, not the Israeli hawk Ariel.
Not only 99.5 percent but all of 100 percent
was the whole Philippines a KBL bailiwick, all
semblance of opposition – no matter how rag-tag
– losing either the elections or life itself. A case
in point: the 1978 Batasan elections in Metro
Manila where Ninoy Aquino was soundly beaten
by one unknown septuagenarian named Floro.
More than “we believe you…we love you,” it
was “we adore you…we glorify you” then, total
obeisance to the Great Ferdinand and the
Beautiful Imelda being the order of the day.
Yet, for all the power, the kingdom and the
glory of Marcos’ KBL, it took but a widow in yellow
to end its reign, it took but a simple housewife to
sweep it to history’s dustbin.
Déjà vu, nay, some karmic cycle ominous
here?
Yeah, and we thought – and thought so
wrongly now – For all the power and the glory of
the Lakas-CMD-Kampi, it will take but a simple
suspended priest to demolish its invincibility.
God forbid! I abhor to even think about it.
Yeah, the man who said God called him to
run for the presidency has spurned Him and ran
away.
But a coming karmic cycle has become even
clearer. What the sainted mother did to the KBL,
the anointed son is now poised to do to LakasKampi-CMD.
The Birdman of Alcatraz is
allowed a small taste of freedom
ON THIS DAY in 1959, Robert
Stroud, the famous "Birdman of
Alcatraz," is released from solitary confinement for the first time
since 1916. Stroud gained widespread fame and attention when
author Thomas Gaddis wrote a
biography that trumpeted
Stroud's ornithological expertise.
Stroud was first sent to prison in 1909 after he killed a bartender in a brawl. He had nearly
completed his sentence at Leavenworth Federal Prison in Kansas when he stabbed a guard to
death in 1916. Though he
claimed to have acted in selfdefense, he was convicted and
sentenced to hang. A handwritten plea by Stroud's mother to
President Woodrow Wilson
earned Stroud a commuted sentence of life in permanent solitary confinement.
For the next 15 years, Stroud
lived amongst the canaries that
were brought to him by visitors,
and became an expert in birds
and ornithological diseases. But
after being ordered to give up his
birds in 1931, he redirected his
energies to writing about them
and published his first book on
ornithology two years later.
When the publisher failed to pay
Stroud royalties because he was
barred from filing suit, Stroud
took out advertisements complaining about the situation. Prison officials retaliated by sending him to Alcatraz, the federal
prison with the worst conditions.
In 1943, Stroud's Digest of
the Diseases of Birds, a 500page text that included his own
illustrations, was published to
general acclaim. In spite of his
success, Stroud was depressed
over the isolation he felt at Alcatraz, and he attempted suicide
several times. The legendary
"Birdman of Alcatraz" died in a
Missouri prison in 1963 at the
age of 73.
by Cesar Pambid
Sunshine Dizon itsa-puwera na sa GMA 7
(Pero ayaw namang paalpasin sa kontrata)
NAGING PASAWAY daw si Sunshine Dizon kung kaya pinarusahan na siya ng GMA 7. Tantamount to killing her
career ang ‘di pagbigay sa kanya ng show sa 2010 sa kabila ng announcement ni Sunshine na type na niyang
magbalik sa naturang network.
Nalulungkot nga ang fans ng multi-awarded actress na si Sunshine Dizon dahil sa line-up ng mga shows ng
GMA-7 for 2010 ay wala ni isang show na kasama ang magaling na aktres.
Akala kasi ng loyal supporters ni Sunshine, mapapanood na nila ulit ang kanilang idolo sa pagsipa ng 2010
dahil nakapagpahinga na ito mula nang magpaalam sa Tinik sa Dibdib, SOP, StarStruck V bilang council at sa
Unang Hirit.
Sa paglabas ng bagong shows sa Siyete ay sinabi na kung sino ang mga artistang magbibida sa mga ito at
wala ni isang show para kay Sunshine.
Gayunman, umaasa ang avid fans ni Sunshine na mapanood nilang muli ang idol.
Happy na rin daw sila dahil nominado si Sunshine sa PMPC Star Awards For TV bilang Best Single Performance By an Actress para sa mahusay nitong pag-ganap sa Obra na “Butch.”
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SOBRANG NEGA ang mga komento ng ilang tao laban kay Krista Ranillo dahil sa pagkasangkot niya sa
kontrobersyang sila ni Manny Pacquaio ay magkarelasyon.
Dahil nga rito, binansagang pang Kulasisi Ng Bayan si Krista na kung tutuusin ay hindi ganoon kagandang
konotasyon nito.
Pero siympre nagpapatawa lang ang mga nagpakalat ng bagong tag na kumbaga, nagpapa-cute sa pagtawag kay Krista na Pambansang Kulasisi. Masyado naman kasing lumaki ang isyu na talagang pati nga mga
political broadcasters ay wala nang tigil sa pagdi-discuss na as if national issue na itong pagiging magkarelasyon ng dalawa.
Medyo maanghang ang comment ni Gina Alajar sa kanyang Facebook account.
Hindi namin mismo nabasa ang naturang komento pero may nagkapagsabi sa amin na ang nakalagay daw
doon ay: “Kung ako si Jinkee Pacquiao, hindi ko pababayaan si Manny. Iyang si Krista Ranillo ay hindi nababagay sa ganyan.”
Matatandaang may panahong nabalita rin na nagkaroon ng affair si Krista at si Michael de Mesa, asawa
naman ni Gina noon.
Masasabing may “ax to grind” si Gina Alajar kay Krista o maaaring sabihin na nagbibigay lang siya ng payo
kay Jinkee bilang kapwa-babae.
Masyadong matindi kasi ngayon ang tsismis tungkol kina Krista at Manny at nabalita ngang bago ang
kanyang laban kay Miguel Cotto, nagkaroon pa sila ng isang matinding pag-aaway ni
Jinkee dahil nalaman ng asawa na dinalaw pa ni Manny si Krista sa hotel room ng
dalaga.
Ano nga naman ang ibig sabihin nu’n, pampasu-werte?
Talagang iritado raw si Jinkee at may balita pang nagkulong ito sa VIP room
at ayaw makipag-usap sa reporters.
Kaya pala marami ang nakahalata nu’ng papasok na sila ng venue, hinila pa
ni Manny si Jinkee na sumusunod sa likod nila, para makita sa TV camera na
kasama niya ang asawa.
Iyon naman pala ay may hindi na sila pagkakaintindihan.
Ewan kung saan nagsisimula ang ganitong tsismis at kung bakit hindi
matapus-tapos kung hindi man totoo. Kasi nga, hindi maintindihan kung
bakit napakaraming pagkakataon na kailangang makita si Krista at
pamilya nito sa mga lugar na ang inaasahang makikita ng mga tao ay
si Manny lang o ang kanyang pamilya.
Samantala, binasag na ng young actress na si Krista Ranillo ang matagal na pananahimik tungkol sa isyu ng pagkaka-link sa Pambansang Kamao
na si Manny Pacquiao.
Sa isang report, sinabi ni Krista na hindi pa niya nakikita o napapanood
ang kontrobersyal na video umano nila ni Pacquiao na in-upload ng isang fan sa
YouTube at kuha sa labas ng studio ng Jimmy Kimmel Live. Pero, itse-check
daw niya ito.
Itinanggi rin nito ang maingay na tsismis na buntis siya.
“No, Dear, I’m not pregnant...and I’m still with Dom,” ang isinagot ni Krista sa
tanong ng reporter na si Nelson Canlas nang makausap niya ito sa Facebook
chat.
Dagdag pa ng aktres, “Yeah, heard about it already...we’re still discussing
when and how to speak.”
Ayon naman sa director-BF ni Krista na si Dominic Zapata, “Suffice it to say
that there are a lot of non-truths being said...I guess that’s all I’m going to say for
now.”
Ang manager ni Krista na si Arnold Vegafria ay kasalukuyang nasa Paris,
pero nagkausap na raw sila ng kanyang alaga na nasa Amerika pa at pagbalik na
pagbalik ng ’Pinas, magpapatawag sila ng presscon para linawin ang samu’t
saring intriga.
Si Pacquiao anman angsermonsa ress nasanarawang mga acjhievemnts at
nagawa parasa bansdangapg-usapantungkol sakanya.
“I hope they honor the achievements that I have won for my fellow Filipinos,” sabi
niya.
“Let us avoid what I call our crab mentality. I am appealing to all of you to avoid that.
Let us unite so we will all be happy,” paliwanag pa ni Pacquaio sa isang TV interview.
Pacquiao is no stranger to controversy surrounding his private life. He had earlier
been forced to deny reports of a romantic involvement with another Philippine film
star, Ara Mina, after the two were photographed dancing the night away at an upscale Manila nightclub.
Matindi rin ‘yung tsismis na binigyan ni Pacquaio ng dalawang milyong dolyares
ang mag-amang Krista at Mat Ranillo para sa pagtatayo ng isang resto business sa
Las Vegas.
PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • NOVEMBER 23, 2009 • MONDAY
It infringes on the
Constitutional right of Zona Libre
freedom of the press.
It constitutes prior
restraint and provides
a chilling effect on
mediamen.
It encourages abuse of
political privileges.
It institutionalizes
political idiocy.
Everything is wrong
and nothing’s right in
the Right of Reply Bill.
TODAY IN HISTORY
The
Gossipmiller
Krista Ranillo
“THE PRESENT and future dominant party.”
So hailed Pampanga 2nd District Rep. Juan Miguel “Mikey”
Arroyo, Lakas-Kampi-CMD chairman for Central Luzon, of his party
in his speech at the party convention Thursday last week.
This, as he laid claim to a total of 921 elected Lakas-KampiCMD party members in Central Luzon, further boasting that “many
are still waiting to join us.”
This, even as he glossed over the massive defection of Lakas
stalwarts, not the least of whom are the Recto couple, oncepresidential prospect Quezon City Mayor Sonny Belmonte and his
loyal lieutenants, among others.
Mikey’s hyperbolic airs at the Philippine International Convention
Center is but a rehash of one he belched in August this year in
Barangay San Antonio, Guagua.
“Pampanga is 99.5 percent the bailiwick” of the then newly
merged Lakas-CMD-Kampi Party, so Mikey enthused, his heart
and mind taken in by the 311 elected officials at all levels taking
their oath of office as members of the administration party before a
beaming President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.
DECEMBER in November ang pa-thanks giving party ni Kuya Germs dahil nagpa-raffle ng appliances at cash si Kuya Germs. Inaliw din
niya ang mga press at iginagalang na personalities tulad nina Madam Precy, owner ng Teatrino at bagong itatayong Music Museum sa
Greenhills; Joel Cruz, big boss ng Aficionado at Celebrity Duets 3 champion, at maraming iba sa performance ng ilang singers.
Enjoy ang kapatid natin sa panulat lalo na nang kumanta ang Mabuhay Singers na kahit may mga edad na ay hindi pa rin nagbabago
ang magandang tinig.
Of course, present ang mga alaga ni Kuya Germs na napapanood sa Walang Tulugan every Saturday sa GMA-7. Umakyat ng stage
si Kuya Germs para magpasalamat sa lahat ng dumalo at nagulat kami nang sabihin ang mga tampo na matagal na niyang kinikimkim.
Ayon pa kay Kuya Germs, naging tapat daw siyang Kapuso at hindi nagawang umalis kahit may alok sa ibang network dahil ganoon
daw niya kamahal ang GMA-7. Pero dahil lang sa isang tao na ngayon ay tsugi na sa GMA-7, nawala lahat ang shows niya sa GMA7.
“Marami ang nagtatanong at humihikayat sa akin na ibalik ko raw ang That‘s Entertainment dahil dito galing ang mga sikat na
artistang tulad nina Lea Salonga, Vina Morales, Billy Crawford, Ara Mina, Piolo Pascual, Isko Moreno, Sharon Cuneta, Gretchen
Barretto, Lani Mercado, Mariz at maraming iba pa.
“Ibabalik ko ang That‘s Entertainment, hindi ko lang masabi kung kailan at kung anong network. Abangan na lang natin kung kailan
at sana nandiyan pa rin sila na sumusuporta sa akin,” pahayag ni Kuya Germs.
Marami pang sinabi si Kuya Germs at nakiusap na huwag nang isulat dahil wala naman siyang sama ng loob sa network.
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‰ More than 50,000 seats up for grabs
ASIA’S third-largest lowcost carrier Cebu Pacific
(CEB) brings back its ‘Go
Lite’ PHP 1 seat sale to
all international and domestic destinations for the
promo period of November
21-22, 2009 only, or until
more than 50,000 seats
have been sold out. Travel
period is June 15-September 30, 2010.
The airline’s 32 domestic destinations are up for
grabs through this website
promo, including Cebu-Siargao, Cebu-Ozamiz, CebuClark, Manila-San Jose,
and Manila-Kalibo (Boracay), among many others.
CEB also offers the lowest fare alternative for international flights with the
PHP 1 sale, including
flights to Taipei, Kota Kinabalu, Pusan (Korea),
Osaka and Jakarta.
Passengers
with
check-in luggage will just
add PHP 100 upon booking. The PHP 1 is exclusive of government taxes
and administration fees.
“CEB’s PHP 1 seat
sale earlier this month
sold out in a day, and we
have been getting numerous requests for more
seats. This is our way of
thanking our loyal guests,
and we certainly hope to
see more people flying in
2010,” said CEB VP for
Marketing and Distribution
Candice Iyog.
“We also wish to encourage passengers to
book their flights early, and
what better way to reinforce this message than
bring back our trademark
‘piso’ seat sale for next
year’s travel,” she added.
She encouraged everyone to act fast and book
their promo seats online.
This promotion is only
available
via
www.cebupacificair.com or
through travel agents using the Amadeus global
distribution system.
The Philippines’ leading domestic airline, CEB
has a fleet of 21 Airbus
A320 and 8 ATR72-500 aircraft, the youngest aircraft
fleet in the Philippines and
one of the youngest in
Asia. It has flown over 36
million passengers since
its inception in 1996.
JESUSA D. LUMANLAN
Mortgagee,
WHERE ARE THE TREES?
Patches of brown earth are all
that’s left where hardwood
trees used to stand in front of
the Pampanga Capitol.
PHOTO BY BONG LACSON
– versus –
CORA AYUYAO, also known as
FC Case No. 2009 – 536
CORAZON AYUYAO YAP,
Mortgagor.
x————————————————————————————x
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
Upon extra-judicial petition for sale under Act 3135, as amended
filed by the Mortgagee, JESUS D. LUMANLAN with residence and
postal address at No. 7 Henry Straat, Villa Angela, Angeles City against
Mortgagor, CORA AYUYAO, also known as CORAZON AYUYAO YAP,
with residence and postal address at 388 San Nicolas I, Magalang,
Pampanga, in order to satisfy the mortgage debts which as of August
17, 2009 amounts to ONE MILLION NINE HUNDRED TWENTY FOUR
THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED THIRTY PESOS only (P 1,924,830.00),
Philippine Currency, principal, interest and attorney’s fees excluding the
expenses of this foreclosure and other expenses and charges allowed
by law, the undersigned Sheriff IV hereby gives notice and announces
that on December 9, 2009 at 10:00 o’clock in the morning at the Office of
the Municipal Mayor, Magalang Pampanga, located at the 2 nd Floor
Municipal Hall, Magalang, Pampanga will sell at public auction for CASH
and in Philippine Currency, the following parcel of land with all existing
and future improvements thereon, to wit:
TCT NO. 486744 – R
A parcel of land (Lot 8, blk 4, of the subd. Plan, Psd67445, being a portion of lot 643-B1, described on plan, Psd67147, L.R.C. Cad. Rec. No. 128), situated in the Bo. of San
Nicolas, Mun. of Magalang, Prov. Of Pamp. Bounded on the
S., along line 1-2 by lot 584, Magalang Cad., on the W., along
line 2-3 by lot 7, blk. 4, on the N., along line 4-1 by lot 643-0,
of plan Psd-37 x x x containing as area of ONE THOUSAND
SIX HUNDRED (1,600) SQUARE METERS. x x x
Suspek sa pamamaril sa assistant
ng broadcaster,kinasuhan na!
MALOLOS CITY—Sinampahan na ng kaso sa
piskalya ang suspek sa
pamamaril sa driver at personal assistant radio
broadcaster sa lungsod na
ito.
Si Erwin Bunag, 35, ng
Barangay San Jose, Bulakan, Bulacan, driver at
personal assistant ng
GMA7 stringer at radio
broadcaster na si Rommel
Ramos, ay nagsampa na
ng kasong frustrated homicide laban sa suspek
na si Bulakan Councilor
Jeff Tansinsin.
Batay sa reklamong
inihain ni Bunag sa Malolos City Prosecutors Office, nakilala niya ang suspek na makalawang ulit na
bumaril sa kanya Saba-
do ng gabi sa mismong
tapat ng bahay ng isang
nagngangalang Boy Santos sa Barangay Bagna
dito kung saan ay
nagkakasiyahan
sa
kaarawan ang anak nito
na si Don Edward Santos.
Ayon kay Bunag,
sakay siya ng kanyang
motorsiklo bandang alasonse ng gabi at papauwi
sa kaniyang bahay ng aksidente niyang masagi
ang isang nakaparadang
motorsiklo.
Ayon naman sa salaysay ni Ramos na inihain
din sa piskalya, kalalabas
pa lamang ng kanyang
tauhan mula sa kanyang
tahanan nang makarinig
siya ng dalawang magkasunod na putok ng baril.
Matapos niyon ay bumalik si Bunag sa kanyang tahanan na may
tama sa kaliwang balikat.
Dahil dito ay kasama
niya ang mga pulis na tinungo ang lugar na sinasabi ni Bunag kung saan
siya binaril at doon ay nakita ang isang Yamaha
Sniper na kulay asul na
may plakang 7777 CM na
nakaparada sa tapat ng
bahay ni Boy Santos.
Napag-alamang ang
naturang motorsiklo ay
nakapangalan kay Tansinsin. Nakita rin ang dalawang basyo ng kalibre .45
sa tabi ng nasabing motorsiklo.
Batay din sa record ng
Firearms and Explosive
Division, isang kalibre .45
baril ang umanoy nakarehistro sa pangalan ni
Tansinsin.
Dito ay sinabi rin ni
Ramos sa kaniyang salaysay na sa kahabaan ng
pagsisiyasat ng kapulisan
sa crime scene ng mga
oras na iyon ay biglang
nagdatingan ang isang
grupo ng kalalakihan na
sakay ng mga motorsiklo
at sa di kalayuan ay may
namataan pa siyang kotseng padating.
Doon ay nakita umano
ni Ramos na kasamang
dumating ng grupo ng
kalalakihan si Tansinsin
na pumasok din sa bakuran ni Boy Santos at nakatayo doon at nagmamasid.
Nang tanungin ng pulisya kung sino ang nagmamay-ari ng naturang
motorsiklo at kung nakita
ng mga ito ang pamamaril
ay sinagot ng grupo nila
Boy Santos na wala silang
narinig na putok ng baril
ngunit ayon kay Don Edward Santos anak ni Boy
Santos, isang konsehal
ng bayan sa Bulakan, Bulacan ang alam niyang
nagmamay-ari ng nakaparadang motorsiklo sa
harapan ng kanilang bahay.
Batay sa text message
na ipinadala ni Malolos
chief of police Supt. Emma
Libunao, ay binigyang diin
nito na traffic altercation
lamang ang pinagmulan
ng pamamaril at walang
kinalaman ang usapin ng
video karera gaya ng pahayag ni Ramos sa telebisyon.
Nagbigay na umano ng
statement sa kanilang
tanggapan ang suspek at
inaming away trapiko lamang ang dahilan ng pamamaril.
DMIA faces 2010 with record 6,000% rise in int’l flights
PUNTO! CENTRAL LUZON • NOVEMBER 23, 2009 • MONDAY
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6
ed 7,880 international passengers.
“Next year, the operations will enter the Second
Wind and we see a surge
in the number of international airlines serving the
DMIA,” he said.
Cauguiran said that
because of this, “there is
an urgent need to expand
DMIA’s Terminal 1 to increase its present capacity for only two million passengers to at least five
million per year.”
He noted that CIAC bid
out over a week ago the
bidding for the upgrading
of the present terminal
which is projected to cost
some P300 million.
“We now badly need to
have at least two or three
passenger boarding bridges to accommodate the
long-haul carriers we expect at the DMIA soon,” he
said. At present, passengers use stairs on the
open tarmac to board or
alight from aircraft.
He noted that Araja
Corp. won in the bidding
after its only rival owned by
the Ramos Group was disqualified allegedly on tech-
nical grounds.
Cauguiran said, however, that the Ramos Group
has a pending motion for
reconsideration in its bid
to open the bidding anew.
This, even as he belied
allegations of Pampanga
1st District Rep. Carmelo
Lazatin that the bidding
was rigged in favor of Araja after CIAC allegedly acted in its behalf in negotiating beforehand with
equipment suppliers from
the United States to make
sure the bidder would be
able comply with the
project completion time
frame.. Lazatin said he
would call for a congressional inquiry into the bidding.
But Cauguiran said “we
categorically deny favoring
any bidder”. He admitted
that arising from plans to
finish the project soonest,
the CIAC had indeed conducted inquiries “to fast
track procurement and delivery of necessary equipment, especially the passenger boarding bridges.”
The inquiry was done
to find out how long it
would take for the equipment to reach the project
site here, he added.
“The whole process of
procurement would take
six months, but if the bridges were made available in
stock, this time would be
reduced to only three
months. This was how we
were able to assure Malacanang officials that the
project could be finished
by the first quarter of next
year,” he said, as he denied supplying the winning
bidder with any information
on the results of the inquiry made.
“But for the sake of
clearing the air of any
doubts on the integrity of
the bidding conducted, we
would welcome any inquiry to be made by Congress
and we would assure them
of our utmost cooperation,”
said Cauguiran.
Cauguiran said the
Ramos Group was disqualified from the project
EXTRA-JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE
OF REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE
UNDER ACT 3135. AS AMENDED
bidding for “incomplete
submission of technical
requirements”.
But he insisted that
“the bidding followed the
prescribed rules and regulations of a competitive
public bidding pursuant to
R.A. 9184 or the Government Procurement Reform
Act.”
“We made sure everyone interested to make a
bid for the project had a
chance to participate,
that’s why we advertised
our invitation to bid in not
one but two of the most
widely read national dailies in the country today,
including the Philippine
Star,” he said.
Cauguiran also said the
terms of reference (TOR) for
the project “was available
to all contractors interested in making a bid.”
“It is not true that there
NOTICE OF EXTRAJUDICIAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE
WITH WAIVER OF RIGHTS
Notice is hereby given that the heir of FLORENCIA SALGADO
PALOMA who died intestate on April 28, 1982 in San Fernando,
Pampanga executed an Extrajudicial Settlement with Waiver of Rights
of her estate particularly described as TCT No. 157433 – R situated in
the Bo. of Sta. Maria, Municipality of Minalin, Province of Pampanga.
PUNTO! Central Luzon: November 16, 23 and 30, 2009
were bidders who were not
given the list of needed
equipment. That is just
impossible because everything must be written in the
TOR, including the list of
equipment, otherwise we
won’t be able to demand
the delivery of the equipment from a winning bidder,” he stressed.
The motion for reconsideration filed by the disqualified bidder is pending
before CIAC’s bids and
awards committee (BAC).
“Pending the resolution
of the motion by the BAC
and the (CIAC) board, the
contract can’t be awarded
yet (to the winning bidder),” Cauguiran said.
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
THIRD JUDICIAL REGION
OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE JUDGE
ANGELES CITY
NOTICE OF HEARINGS
Notice is hereby given that summary hearings on the petitions for
notarial commission of:
ATTY. JOSE V. REYES
ATTY. MILANI L. IRISARI-REYES
ATTY. RAENAN B. MALIG
will be held on December 9, 2009 at the Regional Trial Court, Branch
59, Hall of Justice, Pulung Maragul, Angeles City at 9:00 a.m. Any
person who has any cause or reason to object to the grant of the
petitions may file a verified written opposition thereto, received by the
undersigned before the date of the summary hearings.
Angeles City, November 19, 2009.
MA. ANGELICA T. PARAS-QUIAMBAO
Executive Judge
Punto! Central Luzon: November 23, 2009
Prospective buyers/bidders may investigate for themselves the
above-mentioned parcel/s of land for their information and protection.
In the event the public auction should not take place on the said
date, it shall be held on December 16, 2009 at the same time and place
without further notice.
Angeles City, October 20, 2009.
JOSE GLENN V. ROSARIO
Sheriff IV
Copy Furnished:
ATTY. MELBA DC LOPEZ
Counsel for the Petitioner-Mortgagee
Holy Angel Village III
City of San Fernando, Pampanga
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This, gauged from photocopied documents of
Dabu’s purported sworn
statement of assets, liabilities and net worth (SALN)
which were anonymously
sent to Punto during the
weekend.
On an annual gross
salary listed in the SALN
at P297,276 and an annual gross family income of
P560,000, the increase in
Dabu’s purported net
worth, from P7,890,000 as
of December 31, 2007 to
P13,930,000 as of December 31, 2008 was
“nothing short of spectacular,” a lawyer-accountant
who saw the documents
said.
It is recalled too that
the non-confirmation of
Dabu’s appointment as
provincial administrator by
the sangguniang panla-
MS. CORA AYUTAO also known as
CORAZON AYUYAO YAP
388 San Nicolas I, Magalang, Pampanga
PUNTO! Central Luzon : November 16, 23 and 30, 2009
REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
REGIONAL TRIAL COURT
THIRD JUDICIAL REGION
BRANCH 54
MACABEBE, PAMPANGA
IN RE: PETITION FOR THE CANCELLATION
OF ENTRIES IN THE CERTIFICATE OF LIVE
BIRTH OF JOEL GARCIA BERNARTE
JOEL GARCIA BERNARTE,
Petitioner,
SPEC. PROC. NO. 09-0672(M)
THE CIVIL REGISTRAR GENERAL,
LOCAL CIVIL REGISTRAR OF
MACABEBE, PAMPANGA, AND ALL
PERSONS WHO HAVE OR CLAIM
INTEREST IN THE PRESENT PETITION,
Respondents.
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ORDER
This is an amended petition filed petitioner thru counsel praying that
judgment be rendered ordering the National Statistics Office to cancel
petitioner’s record/certificate of birth dated August 13, 1968 registered
with the Local Civil Registrar of Macabebe, Pampanga.
Pursuant to Section 4, Rule 108 of the Rules of Court, let this
petition be set for hearing on January 26, 2010 at 11:00 in the morning
before this Court located at the Hall of Justice, Macabebe, Pampanga.
All persons interested in the petition may appear at the aforesaid
date of hearing and show cause, if any, why this petition should not be
granted. Let this order be published in a newspaper of general circulation
in the Province of Pampanga for three (3) consecutive weeks at the
expense of the petitioners.
Let a copy of this order and the petition be served upon (a) the
Office of the Solicitor General (OSG), 134 Amorsolo St., Legaspi Village,
Makati City, (b) the Civil Registrar General of the National Statistics
Offices (NSO), and (c) the Local Civil Registrar (LCR) of Macabebe,
Pampanga.
SO ORDERED
Macabebe, Pampanga, November 5, 2009
LUCINA ALPEZ – DAYAON
Presiding Judge
Punto! Central Luzon: November 9, 16 & 23, 2009
lawigan deprived Dabu of
any salary from the provincial government for the
years 2007 and 2008. It
was only this year that the
SP appropriated funds for
Dabu’s salary and back
wages.
In her SALN covering
2007, Dabu’s net worth of
P7,890,000 – the sum total of her “Personal and
Other Properties” is broken down as: cash and
receivables with an acquisition cost of P7,050,000;
a Toyota Revo at
P700,000; and two laptops
costing P140,000. It was
not indicated in the statement in what year the listed properties were acquired, the column for it
left blank.
The entry for “Liabilities”
was marked “N/A” presumably for “Not Applicable.”
Three entries appeared
under the entry “Business
Interest and Financial Connection.” Dabu was listed
as owner of Chrono International Co. in San Pablo
II, Lubao, Pampanga with
2001 as “date of acquisition or connection”; stockholder of Petron Corp. in
Makati City, 1998; and
partner at Dabu and Duque Law in the City of San
Fernando, 2001.
The SALN was sworn
before one Atty. Joseph
M. Quiambao, listed as
“Assistant Provincial Legal officer” on April 28,
2008.
In the SALN covering
2008, Dabu’s net worth
amounted to P13,930,000.
Again no liabilities were
listed, her assets comprising her net worth, to wit:
“cash on hand/bank accounts” at P13,050.000;
furniture, antiques and jewelry at P160,000; Toyota
Revo at P700,000 “purchased in 2002”; and
P20,000 under “total investments.”
This marked an increase of P6,040,000 from
her net worth the previous
year, all P6 million of it
coming from “cash on
hand/bank accounts .”
The later SALN did not
carry any of the companies listed in the earlier
one under “Business Interests and Financial Connections.”
The name Eddie T.
Panlilio was stamped over
“person administering
oath” and a specimen signature was affixed in the
SALN dated June 24,
2009.
Interestingly, the two
SALNs carried different
signatures of Dabu, the
earlier one sported her full
name while the latter had
scrawled initials.
Legal fees upped assets, Dabu says
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million higher compared
to her previous assets in
2007 – because she had
won some legal cases
with her law firm here.
“I stopped handling legal cases when I began
to work at the Capitol beginning 2007. But there
were some cases I chose
to finish and we won them
allowing me to earn,” said
Dabu in justifying the increase considering that
she had not received salaries for over a year since
Gov. Eddie Panlilio appointed her.
Dabu also questioned
Punto on why it had acquired copies of her
SALN when – she said –
it has prohibited by the
Ombudsman to release
them. She added that the
Ombudsman issued the
order shortly after Pampanga Second District
Rep. Juan Miguel Arroyo
was exposed in a news
item of owning a house in
the United States which
was not included in his
SALN.
“Only the court can
ask for the release of the
SALN,” added Dabu.
Asked about her Chrono International company
in Lubao, Pampanga declared in her SALN, Dabu
said “it’s a private firm engaged in selling perfume.”
She stressed to Punto that she had not violated any law.
with one count of Unjust
Vexation. Two other professors, Leandro S.
Sanchez and Elinor
Torres, were also charged
for the same offense.
“After a careful study of
the records and allegations of parties, the undersigned prosecutor finds
probable cause to criminally indict respondents
Ocampo, Sanchez, Torres
and Panlilio,” the DOJ resolution said.
Panlilio earlier said that
he will not issue any
statements and “will leave
it to my lawyer to handle
the case.”
Punto Central Luzon
called and sent text messages to Frank Adviento,
dean of the office of student affairs in HAU, at
around 12:20 p.m. for reactions but he was not
answering his mobile
phone. HAU has yet to
issue any statements as
of press time.
COMPLAINT
Arrest HAU prof
FROM PAGE 1
MS. JESUSA D. LUMANLAN
No. 7 Henry Straat, Villa Angela Subd.,
Angeles City
-versus-
Dabu’s worth nearly doubled in 1 year
rary liberty.
“To any officer of the
law, you are hereby commanded to arrest Arnel A.
Ocampo, accused of
RAPE IN RELATION TO
SECTION 5 (b), ART. III OF
R.A. 7610 in Criminal Cases Nos. 09-5200 and 095203 who is to be found at
c/o Holy Angel University,
Angeles City or anywhere
else in the Philippines,
and to deliver him to the
nearest policed station or
jail,” said the first warrant
of arrest penned by RTC
Branch 59 Presiding
Judge Ma. Angelica T.
Paras-Quiambao.
The city’s chief of police here, the National Bureau of Investigation, the
director of the Criminal Investigation Command of
the Philippine National Police in Camp Crame, NBI
regional office in Clarkfield, Pampanga, and the
CIDG office in Barangay
Pampang here were also
given copies of the two
warrant s of arrest.
The issuance of warrants against Ocampo has
been hailed by the father
of the victim as “the start
of the triumph of justice
“This is also for the other victims of Ocampo at
Magalang Institute and other schools, who were
afraid to come out because of threats and lack
of means to sue him,” said
the father.
He disclosed that
three more rape cases
were filed against Ocampo before the RTC based
on the resolution issued
by the Department of Justice (DOJ).
The DOJ recently issued a resolution charging
Ocampo a total of 32
counts of rape.
HAU registrar Jesus D.
Panlilio was also criminally charged by the DOJ
Ocampo allegedly first
raped “Rose” (not her real
name) in October 2006.
She was just about to turn
17 years old at that time.
“Ocampo follows a pattern of abuse against his
female students who are
in the age of minority. He
is a ‘serial offender’ who is
very methodical and deliberate. First, he uses his
position as teacher, bestowed with moral ascendancy among students, to
get close to his prey. Then
he conditions the minds of
his potential victims, as he
slowly tears apart their
moral defenses. And finally, thru his influence and
manipulation, he slowly
and relentlessly seduces
them to experiment his
sexual sins, while he deflects our attention toward
the physical pleasures
rather than the shamefulness of the act,” said the
complaint.
Bacani beats Yabut at Comelec
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“Ako lang din ang katapat ni Tarzan,” added Bacani, referring to incumbent
1st District Rep. Carmelo
“Tarzan” Lazatin, dismissing the other aspirant, Angeles City Councilor Ares
Yabut of the Nationalist
People’s Coalition.
Accompanied by his
contractor-endorser Bernie Cruz, who has been
exposed in the city council as having allegedly cornered infrastructure contracts with the Nepomuceno administration,
Yabut arrived at the
Comelec office at 10 a.m.
His close associate in the
city council, Councilor
Agapito “Pitong” Del Ro-
sario, of late deplored for
carrying a gun at the session hall, also provided
Yabut with moral support.
In an interview before
filing his COC, Yabut expressed confidence of a
“successful run” in the 1st
district. The 38-year-old
councilor vowed to bring
“youth and dynamism” in
public governance.
Yabut and his supporters put down his billboards
in the city and two other
areas covered by the first
district – Mabalacat and
Magalang — before proceeding to the Comelec
office.
Yabut countered Bacani saying he and “not
Bacani” is the threat to
Lazatin.
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